Fatigue on examination the nurse practitioner notes

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fatigue. On examination, the nurse practitioner notes some clear discharge from botheyes and some erythema of the eyelids and surrounding skin. Which of the following isthe most likely cause of this patient’s symptoms?SelectedAnswer:AllergicconjunctivitisAnswers:AllergicconjunctivitisBacterialconjunctivitisGonococcalconjunctivitisViral conjunctivitis
Question 700 out of 1 pointsA 20 year old is diagnosed with mild persistent asthma. What drug combination would bemost efective in keeping him symptom-free?
Question 710 out of 1 pointsAcute rheumatic fever is an inflammatory disease which can follow infection with:
Question 720 out of 1 pointsA 60 year old male diabetic patient presents with redness, tenderness, and edema of theleft lateral aspect of his face. His left eyelid is grossly edematous. He reports history of atoothache in the past week which “is better.” His temperature is 100°F and pulse is 102bpm. The most appropriate initial action is to:
Question 731 out of 1 pointsIf a patient presents with a deep aching, red eye and there is no discharge, you shouldsuspect:SelectedAnswer:IritisAnswers:Iritis
AllergicconjunctivitisViral conjunctivitisBacterialconjunctivitisQuestion 741 out of 1 pointsThe National Cholesterol Education Program’s Adult Treatment Panel III recommends thatthe goal for low density lipoproteins in high risk patients be less than:
Question 751 out of 1 pointsA patient presents with classic symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Heis instructed on life style modifications and drug therapy for 8 weeks. Three months laterhe returns, reporting that he was “fine” as long as he took the medication. The mostappropriate next step is:
Investigation with endoscopy, manometry, and/or pH testing

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Term
Spring
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Squamous cell carcinoma, viral conjunctivitis, Decongestant

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